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post #31 of 39

Walked pass a cd shop today and saw this album and bought it out of whim. Went home rip the cd power up my system and wait for my tubes to warm up. Turn up the volume and hit play. Best album I bought so far this year. Very addictive not to mention incredibly well mastered. Highly recommended.

post #32 of 39

Great album.


Edited by hogger129 - 10/10/13 at 7:26pm
post #33 of 39
Got the hdtracks version, great album!
post #34 of 39

Yah, great stuff that.

post #35 of 39

I am in love with this album. So much love and devotion in each track and you just really feel it when you listen to it on your gear. Its a treat for daft punk fans and anyone with decent gear. Definitely gave me a WOW factor that i haven't heard from music in awhile.

post #36 of 39
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I am in love with this album. So much love and devotion in each track and you just really feel it when you listen to it on your gear. Its a treat for daft punk fans and anyone with decent gear. Definitely gave me a WOW factor that i haven't heard from music in awhile.

 

I must admit it's one of the better albums I've bought in awhile.  The mastering was done very well too it seems.  I had a hard time choosing whether to buy the CD or the Mastered For iTunes which was supposed to have slightly better dynamic range.  I ended up getting the CD.  It comes alive on my stereo.

post #37 of 39

It's a shame that so much of their music has been turned to crap by people who have no idea what they're doing deciding to record a vinyl record or other media and pass it off on the net as the best thing going. Especially since they are two of the most brilliant musicians from a technical aspect as well as their incredible attention to detail. Some people just can't seem to get past their outfits and open their ears to the great music they produce.

 

I worked for a subsidiary of Capital EMI from 1998-2003 and had the pleasure to work with some outstanding musicians who were signed to Nettwerk America (Nettwerk Toronto) and hopped between stage and tour manager for talents such as BT (Brian Transeau), Dj Tiesto, and Delerium... among others. Best show I ever attended was in 2000 where Daft Punk performed at a private party with about 300 people, poolside at the Standard Hotel on Sunset Blvd.

post #38 of 39

I don't mind RAM and give it a semi regular spin. Its a bit more mellow than what I typically listen to, but its a good relaxing listen after late nights at work.

post #39 of 39

I just bought a Sony PS-X5 turntable for $10 at a garage sale that looks to be in decent shape.  Tone arm keeps returning though so may need some troubleshooting.  Not sure if there's a thread here for that, have heard turning the platter back the opposite direction a few times and giving the tonearm a shot of WD40 helps.  I really should buy RAM on vinyl.  I LOVED the CD and play it to death.

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